Evaluation of Energy Efficiency Existing Ship Index (EEXI) on Container Ship in Indonesian Shipping

Ricco Wiliyan, I. Made Ariana, Dhimas Widhi

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CO2 has been one of the biggest contributors of Green House Effect, crippling the ozone of our own earth over the years. Ships, as the biggest transportation mode in the world, estimated to produce 1,046 millioin tonnes of CO2 approximately 3,3% from the total of CO2 emission across the globe. International Maritime Organization, through Marine Pollution (Annex VI) convention, has set a goal to reach carbon intensity reduction by 40% on 2030 and 100% by 2100. Furthermore, by 2023, a similar but novel regulation would be forced entry for those more than 400 GT existing ships which called "Energy Efficiency for Existing Ship"(EEXI). NKClass stated, about 6050 ships would be further regulated and 80% of NKClass Container vessel would need to be "Technically"adjusted in order to comply with the regulation and CO2 reducing program. "EPL"is one of the ways to achieve it. In this study, one of Indonesian Container Vessel would be analysed in the face of EEXI. With the calculation being done, a good understanding on how ship owner and other stakeholders must do, in order to comply with CO2 reduction programme while maintaining the best performance and business process as it can, might be more cleared.

Original languageEnglish
Article number012025
JournalIOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 2023
Event10th International Seminar on Ocean, Coastal Engineering, Environmental and Natural Disaster Management, ISOCEEN 2022 - Surabaya, Indonesia
Duration: 29 Nov 2022 → …


  • Carbon Emission
  • Container Vessel
  • EEXI


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